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The Reception of Scripture and the Holy Fathers: Open Access Articles from De Gruyter

Updated: Dec 23, 2021

Open Theology is an international Open Access, peer-reviewed academic journal from De Gruyter that features contributions written in English addressing religion in its various forms and aspects: historical, theological, sociological, psychological, etc. The journal encompasses all major disciplines of Theology and Religious Studies, presenting doctrine, history, organization, and the everyday life of various types of religious groups and the relations between them. Open Theology publishes articles in the areas of Theology, Philosophy, Sociology, the Psychology of Religion, and the dialogue between Religion and Science.

The most recent volume of Open Theology - volume 7.1 (2021) - features a thematic collection of articles on "The Reception of the Biblical and Patristic Heritage: Case Studies and Reflections on Theory and Method," edited by Miriam de Cock. Miriam de Cock is a postdoctoral fellow in Early Christianity and Theology at Aarhus University. The issue features contributions from Carl Vennerstrom, Martina Vercesi, Anna-Liisa Rafael, Sara Contini, Taylor Ross, Katarina Pålsson, Christian Thrue Djurslev, Carmen Cvetković, Maria Fallica, and Valeria Dessy.


Miriam De Cock Pages: 626-630


The issue, like the journal more generally, is entirely open access and can be viewed by anyone without a subscription of any kind. Check it out by clicking the titles above, or click here.


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